Surviving Lockdown as a Parent
-10 Top Tips to Promote Learning at Home

Share this post Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn So, you’re in lockdown. Are you ready?  No? Don’t worry we have some top tips to get you through… Table of Contents Routine A top priority is to have is an established routine to help everyone in your family settle back into lockdown circumstances. An example of this could look like:  Wake up/ free time  Breakfast  Chores (if needed)  Learning activities and virtual classroom with school  Lunch  Independent time   Family learning time  Outside/fresh air (get active)  Dinner  Screen time (facts and questions)  You can personalise this to make the right routine that fits you and your family. Sticking to a routine can anchor us and the predictability of routine can offer some comfort in an otherwise unpredictable world.  You can use our downloadable weekly schedule to make life easier! Click image to download Get Outdoors Simply going for a


School Closure-FREE access to Guide to Life throughout Lockdown

Share this post Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn SCHOOL CLOSURE Due to the recent circumstances meaning that the UK is once again in Lockdown. We understand that there will be a limitation on resources and activities that are suitable, achievable and realistic in the virtual classroom.   FREE ACCESS For this reason, we want to offer free access to anyone wanting to sign up for The Guide to Life a blended learning solution giving teachers the skills, knowledge and confidence to deliver PSHE, RSE, PE, health and wellbeing sessions in a way that delivers a visible impact to each and every child.  Get the Guide HOW THE GUIDE TO LIFE HELPS In three simple stages Guide to Life can be implemented into PSHE learning during lockdown:  Training: Training to give teachers the confidence, knowledge and techniques to lead an effective wellbeing programme, with the very latest content on what really works in the virtual classroom and at

Student Wellbeing 2021
– A Back to School Story

Please help us to help others and share this post, you never know who might need it. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Student Wellbeing 2021 Student Wellbeing 2021- Now the exciting season has ended, its back to work and school for many of us. However, it is always good to keep in mind that not everyone has been able to celebrate properly this 2020 Christmas. We have written a short story that shows how students can support and respect one another…   It was as if Christmas never came! You know, everyone says that December is the busiest year – however, I beg to differ. January is busier and everyone is frantically getting ready to go back to their normal routines. No more cosy nights in the living room, no more Christmas dinner leftover butties, no more carols or Christmas lights.  Amongst all the

10 wellbeing tips for teachers

10 wellbeing tips for teachers this festive season

10 wellbeing tips for teachers- This year has been a hard one for all and we couldn’t be more grateful for the continual amazing work you have provided. But as we all know the work doesn’t stop just because it is the holidays, that’s why we have put together 10 wellbeing tips for teachers this festive season. Remember you deserve this time off!  Please help us to help others and share this post, you never know who might need it. Share on facebook Facebook Share on twitter Twitter Share on linkedin LinkedIn Table of Contents Lists Just like Santa we recommend making a list of things you have to do over the festive period. This might sound simple and a straight forward tip however, it can stop you feeling overwhelmed by all the holiday teacher work load, and limits the amount of work you have to do. Concentrating on the basics. Evernote

5 ways to wellbeing

5 Ways to Wellbeing – An Introduction for the SLT

5 Ways to Wellbeing – An introduction for the SLT. Find all the information you need to implement the 5 ways of wellbeing in your primary school. Share this post Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Table of Contents What is wellbeing? Wellbeing is described as a sustainable state of mood, attitude, resilience and satisfaction within yourself and the relationships you create. Wellbeing focuses on five ways to wellbeing areas: Connect, Be Active, Take Notice, Keep Learning and Give Students’ wellbeing impacts on their learning due to emotional and behavioural difficulties. This can lead many pupils to feel detached, unresponsive or reluctant to participate and become disruptive. Implementing Wellbeing Within Primary Schools Connect Connect is measured on the strength of relationships with others by creating a supportive and warm environment and a sense of belonging within a school.  Promoting a safe and positive atmosphere is at the heart of

pe and school sport

PE and School Sport Premium
– 2020/2021 Guide for SLT

Ofsted’s new Inspection Framework gives greater recognition to schools’ work to support the personal development of pupils, such as the opportunities they have to learn about eating healthily and maintaining an active lifestyle. Inspectors will expect to see schools delivering a broad, ambitious education, including opportunities to be active during the school day and through extra-curricular activities. Schools should consider how they use their PE and Sport Premium to support this.

growth mindset ks2

A Growth Mindset for KS2
Support for Teachers

A Growth Mindset for KS2 Students is one of the foundations of great SATs results. It emboldens them to challenge themselves and gives them the right attitude in their lives to tasks and growth.

Improve wellbeing in your school

Improve Wellbeing in YOUR School –
7 Top Tips for the SLT

These top tips are for the SLT to help improve wellbeing in their school. Based on “A whole school framework for emotional well-being and mental health” by the National Children’s Bureau, which included a summary of systematic reviews by Professor Weare, we hope these help.